Siberian Cedar Oleo-Extract

Siberian Cedar Oleo-Extract is a fragrant oil extract of fresh Siberian Cedar dissolved in Fractionated Coconut oil at a ratio of 1:3. It has been filtered to remove everything non-soluble such as twigs, bark and lignan.

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Siberian Cedar Oleo-Extract can be used as-is or mixed with your favourite carrier oil and essential oils for skin, joint or respiratory balms.

We have made medicine from Pine and Spruce sap for thousands of years.

Throughout ancient and modern Northern cultures, Siberian Cedar/Pine resin-infused oils have been used to treat respiratory issues, muscle and joint pain, wounds and more.
The method is simple and reliable, and easy to prepare at home.

I have made Siberian Cedar Oleo-Extract as a convenience for my customers and saved them from the mess and bother of preparing a small amount for themselves and their families.

You can use it directly on the skin or add your favourite essential oil. (I suggest not more than 2% essential oils for safety's sake.
You can blend Siberian Cedar Oleo-Extract with carrier oils, warm it in a water bath, and melt in a little beeswax to create a salve.
It can also be used as the oil phase of a water/oil emulsion or creme.

Siberian Cedar is the same resin referred to in the Book series "The ringing Cedars. It is used extensively for a myriad of therapeutic applications in traditional Russian and Eastern European medicine. (Please research traditional applications online).

Even though Siberian Cedar resin is not actually of the Cedar family but a type of Pine that grows in Siberia, it is called Siberian Cedar by the Siberians and Russians in general. In fact,, all their Pine species are called Cedar which can be a bit confusing. Especially to those who are not Russian.

Here is a quote from Wikipedia that explains it
-"The Russian name Сибирский кедр (tr. Sibirsky kedr)[3] is usually translated in English as “Siberian cedar.” References to “cedar” or "dwarf cedar" in texts translated from Russian usually refer to this tree or related pines, not to true cedars"

That being said, Siberian Cedar is not your ordinary Pine tree. It grows abundantly in Russia, the Urals, Siberia, and Altai Krai. It is their pride and is considered their national tree. it is woven tightly into local folklore, traditional medicine and mythology. The list of traditional medicinal uses for Siberian Cedar, externally and internally, is extensive and not something I can cover here.

Siberian cedar is used as chewing gum to freshen the breath, stimulate and tighten the gums, and to treat sore throat. It has been used as a wound healer in topical salves for respiratory distress, sore muscles and joints.

The large succulent "Pine nuts" provided by these trees are used as food and as medicine for respiratory issues, consumption and for convalescence.
Energetically, Siberian cedar is considered by many to possess ancient intelligence and powerful healing properties due to its high vibrational rate.

Often compared to the North American Sequoias, the Siberian Cedar is considered the king of the forest and will live for about 800 years, towering above other trees and reaching heights of 40 meters and a girth of 2 meters.

At you will find recipes for incense, moustache waxes and various healing salves and balms using fresh Pine, Fir or Spruce sap. You will also find instructions for building your own essential oil distillation unit which you can use to distill the essential oils from these oleoresins.

For recipes using fresh Pine or Spruce sap, please feel free to browse my blog-


Materials: Fractionated Coconut oil, Fresh Siberian Cedar Resin, Siberian Cedar Oleo-Extract 

Customer Reviews

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Robert Kuhlman (Ashburn, US)
Everything went smoothly, thank you.

Everything went smoothly, thank you.

Justin (Ashburn, US)
Perfect! Thank you so much!

Perfect! Thank you so much!

Barry Wilkinson (Ashburn, US)
Great quality. Fast delivery. Highly Rec...

Great quality. Fast delivery. Highly Recommend this store.

Greg Fay (Ashburn, US)
Another top-notch quality resin oleo extra...

Another top-notch quality resin oleo extract. Smells just like the fresh siberian cedar resin from this shop (which you must try!). These oleo extracts from Apothecary's Garden have become my go-to's in skin care. The selection and quality are unparalleled.

P (Ashburn, US)
High quality, exceeded expectations. Thank...

High quality, exceeded expectations. Thank you.